Throwback Thursday – August 16, 2007 | photos 17 Aug 2017, 1 p.m. Take a look at the stories making news this week 10 years ago. Throwback Thursday – August 16, 2007 | photos Wwest Warrnambool Primary students Joseph McLeod, Grace Bell, Jun Huang, Georgia Ranking and Eilis O'Sullivan tuck in to some fruit.Moyne Shire's waste management co-ordinator Tim Tutt at the Wangoom waste transfer centre.The Mayors of Glenelg,Warrnambool and Mount Gambier joined forces in Hamilton to bring focus the the community campaign to upgrade the Princes Highway.Pictured are: Gilbert Wilson, David Atkinson, Warren Riches, Steve Perryman,Mick Leeming and Gerald Madden.Warrnambool's Penny Forth beside the gate to her family's new orchard.Killarney artist Teresa O'Brien and her daughter Ruby O'Brien, 12. Both are painting a memorial pole that will be sent to Canberra. German woman Annette Dutton, who lives in Warrnambool with her husband and son and works for a German television station. Tara McKenzie at the Swap It from the Baptist Church building in Koroit Street.Allansford mum Kaylene Duerden, pictured with her new baby boy Lewis, at home. Mick Fennessy, from Tower Hill, went on game show Temptation.Moyne Council peers voting to put houses on farming land which goes against Victorian Government legislation. Brenda Hampson is worried the area will lose farming land to housing developments. Port Fairy's Lynette Barr with her three legged cat Hoppy, which went missing for three months.Warrnambool College is delivering a program on homophobia. Pictured are April Hetherington, Ashlee Dunn, Ursula Hughson, Lauren Turner and Zac ArnottEllerslie Cemetery Trust chairman Denis O'Connor is unhappy with plans for all trusts to be run from Melbourne.Police woman Trudy Morland (right) speaks to plumber Daryl Paroissien about increased thefts from building sites.Tsukasa Oda, Hitomi Sato and Kazumi Yamada are visiting Warrnambool for two weeks from sister city Miura Miura.Joel Turner is shown around Deakin's Warrnambool campus by Alister Becker.Aboriginal Tourism Victoria executive officer Geoff Du Toit at Tower Hill.John McCosh is the new manager of the Warrnambool RSL. Fletcher Jones factory outlet store manager John Hogan.Dion Johnstone, Digger Dignan, Fletcher Johnstone and Sherry Johnstone with their horse Skye at their Illowa property.Taxi driver Rodney McKenzie at the city's taxi rank.Brian Tucker and Tim O'Toole wait to catch a taxi at the city's taxi rank.Isobelle Malone, 7, Jamie Malone, 14, Tom Williamson, 10, and Dylan Malone, 10 all of Port Fairy relax in a spa on display at the Warrnambool outdoor expo. Camperdown doctor Ruth Stewart has been appointed as director of clinical Studies at Deakin University's Warrnambool medical school.Lorraine O'Brien in the Framlingham Forest after fires tore through it.Warrnambool College's Jenna Brimblecombe was top student in the national science quix for year 11 and year 12's Alex Pech received a distinction.Port Fairy Surf Life Saving club president Paul Buchanan at the town's clubrooms. TweetFacebook of ╳exitTake a look at the stories making news this week 10 years ago.PHOTO SALESImages taken by The Standard’s photographers – including the images in this gallery – are available for purchase here or phone 5563 1850.